Dating rejection message
When I was actively online, I had the same situation.
I would keep my profile active though because I didn’t want the guys I was getting to know, to think I was getting to serious.
I do agree with Evan, especially when it comes to the email after the date. I think it is because they are so lonely and want it to work with someone.
It is much safer than trying to be nice about in person. I have also made some friends because they were nice guys, but the “chemistry” wasn’t there. Not everyone likes everyone and it doesn’t mean the person is a loser, just didn’t work out and you get back out there!
First, you can curb the flow of incoming responses by either deleting your photos or hiding your profile.
That way, you can deal with only the existing guys in a timely and fair manner.
But any new interest would get a response that I am getting to know someone and if it didn’t work out, I would drop them an email and if they were still available and interested, we could go from there.
So for the first question, you have three things you can do more effectively.
First, is there an acceptable way to say, “My dance card is pretty full right now, but I’ll get back to you in a few weeks if none of those dates go further?